After supporting the likes of Gerry Cinnamon and Liam Gallagher – Dylan John Thomas proves, as always, he means business with his latest release ‘Lost Without.’
Glasgow bred Dylan’s third single has already been an automatic hit with Scottish music fans, dropping at midnight on May 1st. Dylan is no stranger to success – from holding the fastest selling King Tuts debut for a Scottish Solo act to touring the UK with Gerry Cinnamon.
‘Lost Without’ combines the melodic and upbeat guitar grooves we know and love with his busker roots showing through. The single boasts a vibrant and cheerful tempo which is sure to keep you moving from start to finish.
Nevertheless, the lyrics tell a different story from the vibe of the tune. Through my interpretation, Dylan sings of someone who he clearly cares for and is “Lost Without.” With this taken into consideration – the lyrics fused with the stunning solo acoustic guitar and drum line – creates a musical masterpiece.
The song radiates heavy Bob Dylan influences which is nothing new from Dylan – who was named after the American Singer and I must say – he is most definitely living up to his name sake. This catchy tune is perfect for a host of music lovers due to its vibrant nature.
‘Lost Without’ is just another fine example of the talent we have pouring out of the Scottish music scene which continues to impress us all.
‘Lost Without’ is just another marker in his already flourishing journey to success and he is definitely one to keep your eye on. Dylan John Thomas is due to play This is Tomorrow Festival and Neighborhood Weekender alongside some of the biggest names in music including Ian Brown, Gerry Cinnamon and Catfish and the Bottlemen.
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